Surgent's S Corporation Core Tax Issues From Formation Through Liquidation (SCTI)
Wednesday, January 29, 2020 – Friday, April 30, 2021
As they gain more experience, staff are expected to take on more complex assignments with minimal supervision. The course is designed to assist experienced staff to take the next step by taking a deeper analysis into critical issues affecting the entire life-cycle of present S corporation clients. Discussions utilizing real life examples are designed to allow intermediately experienced participants to analyze and solve problems, such as they may face within their own offices.
- Prepare more complicated S corporation returns
- Understand certain advanced concepts of S corporation taxation
- Protect S corporation clients from falling out of S corporation eligibility
- What exactly is terminating S corporations today
- Excess business losses and new rules for NOLs
- Comprehensive case on Partnership/Partner application of the Business Interest Deduction
- The Light Brigade failed due to poor instructions; let's follow the right path in basis calculations
- Inherited a new client with reporting errors? What are my options?
- Debt vs. equity and §385; Federal Express battled and won, how do we?
- Are we to expect SECA tax on pass-through entities?
- Tracking multiple shareholder debt basis
- Basis neither increased by phantom income, nor reduced by non-deducted pass-through losses
- Can I accrue expenses payable to a shareholder? Sure, but can I deduct them?
- How §179 limitations affect S corp. basis
- Comparison of liquidation of a C corporation vs. the liquidation of an S corporation
- Did not timely file Form 2553? A simple method to correct
- Is there a “flexible standard of law” in regard to closely held entities?